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Pretending like you don't hurt, won't make the pain go away

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Dr G Lee Barrett

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Too many times we are scarred from past hurts and we believe if we forget about it or will it away, for some it never happened. For many this has become an acceptable way to deal with past hurts. The problem with this type of healing is it is not really healing. The root or cause of the pain was not confronted or dealt with from the beginning. Nor did you allow the Lord in to heal your heart. So when a situation similar arises it becomes difficult and very painful. You then relive this nightmare. As painful as it may be for whatever it is you have gone through; it is good to begin the healing process. I know sometimes our first thought is, as we go through, the quicker I am able to put this behind me; the better I will be. But, as stated pretending or believing like nothing happened or I don't hurt doesn't make it go away. That pain has a way of inadvertently creeping into our lives at most inopportune times. We have to start the healing process. Sometimes that involves trusting the Lord will make everything all right. Trusting and believing through the Lord all things all possible. The Psalmist says He heals the broken-hearted. In our discussion will explore the benefits of starting and how to start the healing process. Prayerfully, you the listener who is hurting and have pretended for so long can begin to heal. Not only but in time have your pain go away and/or have the ability to cope with your past hurts because you started the healing process. What this will do then is also prayerfully; free you from the bondage of that original hurt and pain. This will be our last show till after the holidays

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